Friday, July 25, 2003

School Notes

Princeton concert

SHARONVILLE - Princeton City School District students and alumni will perform with the Princeton Entertainment Group in its summer concert 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Matthews Auditorium, Princeton High School, 11080 Chester Road.

Performers include Don Freeman, Drew Altman, Eric Schaefer, Nick Holdren, Jeff Hannon, Justin Jackson and Andrew Goodwin.

General seating is free, with select seats going for $4. Proceeds will go to the Princeton Music Boosters' student scholarships.

Information: 552-8200.

Car Control Clinic

New Driver Car Control Clinics will be held this weekend at Mason High School and next week at Princeton High School.

The hands-on avoidance and defensive-driving skills program teams teens and parents. It teaches young drivers skills such as judging spatial relationships, emergency-steering management and braking in panic situations.

The two-hour classroom portion begins 6:30 p.m. today at Mason High School. Participants then choose one four-hour, in-car session on Saturday or Sunday morning or afternoon.

Princeton's clinic will be held Tuesday through Thursday.

Cost for the program is $135. Scholarships are available.

A parent or guardian must accompany each teen driver.

For information, including detailed schedules or to make reservations, visit or call (800) 862-3277.

Perfect ACT score

DELHI TOWNSHIP - Adam Outcalt, a senior this fall at Oak Hills High School, achieved a 36, the highest possible score on the ACT Assessment test.

Outcalt was the only student in Ohio and one of only 16 in the United States to achieve a perfect score on the college entrance exam in February.

This summer, Outcalt attended the pre-college program at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Ind., and will attend the National Youth Leadership Forum on Technology next week in San Jose, Calif.

He also received the Golden Award for mathematics from the National Security Administration Math Talent Search.

He is the son of Pete and Jayn Outcalt.

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